Named GQ’s breakout actor to watch, triple threat and strikingly handsome Sterling Sulieman, best known as the nefarious ‘Nathan St. Germain’ in the ABC Family juggernaut Pretty Little Liarsand as the power-hungry ‘Prince Escalus’ from Shondaland’s Still Star Crossed,has quickly become one of the most buzzworthy actors of his generation.
This Fall, Sterling jumps back onto the small screen starring opposite Jaina Lee Ortiz (GIRLS TRIP) and Jason George (ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy”) as ‘Grant,’ a delectable sous chef and fiery love interest of one of Seattle’s finest when the Shondaland smash hit “Station 19” returns to ABC on October 4th.
We would love to arrange a feature with Sterling to discuss the highly-anticipated return of ABC’s “Station 19”.
Set in a Seattle firehouse, Station 19, from Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland and written by Grey‘s executive producer/co-showrunner Stacy McKee, follows a group of heroic firefighters.
From the captain to the newest recruit, the show revolves around the men and women as they risk their lives and hearts both in the line of duty and off the clock.
Raised on the island of Oahu, Sterling’s love for theatrics goes back to the age of 7, when he got his first taste of the performing arts. While both his parents are doctors, Sterling showed an affinity for the creative side of life, much like his sister, R&B recording artist Yasmeen.
With encouragement from his family, the aspiring talent graduated from UCLA with a B.A. of Theater, Film and Television, and has since racked up various additional credits including The Vampire Diaries, Modern Family, All My Children, NCIS, The New Normal, Veepand so much more!
With a résumé this exciting, it’s fair to say that the move to the mainland has paid off.
When not stealing hearts on the small screen, Sterling maintains a strict fitness regimen and also makes time to writing shorts and features with production underway on some of his own creations.